Winter just keeps on coming. If you’ve given up on going outside unless you have to, as I have, there’s no better time to find some comfort watchin’ on Netflix. Read More Hunker Down with Netflix Hidden Treasures
Hello, Persephoneers! I hope the holidays were good to you and that you had a wonderful New Year. For me and for a lot of other people, it has brought nothing but snow. Here are some good suspenseful TV shows, all available on Netflix Instant, that you can watch while snowed in. Read More Six Suspenseful TV Shows to Watch While Snowed In
Good afternoon! It’s chilly out; let’s all stay in with some cocoa and a Netflix marathon. I’ll bring the marshmallows and the peppermint bark. Read More 5 Perfect Netflix Instant Movies to Spend Your Saturday With
I know, I know, friends. We started out loving True Blood together, embracing its blend of soap opera, cheese, and some truly impressive shirtless actors. We liked vampires! We liked the gore! We liked the barely-clothed allegories to the struggle for gay and civil rights! We really liked Pam and Eric!
A while ago, I wrote a post comparing Netflix Instant to Hulu Plus. Netflix was the clear winner for my personal viewing habits; let’s see how it holds up against Amazon’s streaming service. Read More We Try It: Netflix v. Amazon Prime Unlimited Streaming
How I ended up being really interested in a more high-brow variety of crime television, I’m not entirely sure, but both the English-speaking and original Swedish versions of Wallander satisfyingly scratch that itch. Read More What I Watched Last Night: Wallander, BBC vs. Swedish Editions
Yes, indeed, I am talking about Doctor Who again. You love it, I love it, and we are all better for it.
Sometimes, I decide to write for this section so that I have an official reason to stray from my compulsive viewing habits. I’ve already talked about Doctor Who twice, I’ve finished Luther and Bleak House, and now I’ve started obsessively watching Battlestar Galactica. Since BSG is already recapped around these parts (and done so nicely, I assume, but I haven’t spoiler-ed myself), I decided to peruse my Netflix queue for something new. I settled on The Last Enemy, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, better known from Sherlock.